Many tools created by Google are increasingly becoming a mainstay of teachers digital toolkit. I am pretty sure that most if not all readers of Educational Technology and Mobile Learning use some form of Google products whether it is Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Classroom, Drawings, you name it. That being the case, and given the exponential integration of services in education, Google offers this excellent resource called Google Learning to help educators, teachers, students, and everyone else make the best of Google in their learning journey.
Google Learning resources are arranged into three main categories: Learning for school, Learning for Work, and Learning for Life. In the first category, Learning for School, you will learn about products designed specifically for the education community (Classroom, Chromebooks, among others). You will also explore various EdTech tools and learning programs designed for higher education. There are also support programs and training courses created for educators of all levels. Additionally, there are resources to help parents manage their kids’ digital life in terms of the procedures and tips to follow to make sure their kids are safe online, searching quality educational content, setting up parental controls, among others.
Similarly, Learning for Work features resources to help individuals get help prepare for work, find career inspiration, use Google tools such as Google Cloud and Google Workspace for career success and many more. As for Learning for Life section, it covers resources and tips pertaining to the use of Google Search, YouTube, Earth, Lens, and many more. Check out Google for Learning to learn more.